Examples of roomy in a Sentence
a small car that's surprisingly roomy inside
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With the remake, the Equinox is roomier inside, and has lots of new safety technology.
The edge conceals a steel drawer roomy enough for napkins, placemats, candles, or any other miscellaneous eating accoutrements that need to be handy.
My Armada was comfortable and roomy, even in the third row, and quiet, thanks to acoustic glass on the windshield and front side windows and expanded use of sound absorption materials.
That appears to be remedied with a recent move 2 miles down the road to SW Military Drive, where Orly’s gets more traffic exposure and roomier digs.
From the roomy dirt parking lot, pick up the Flagstaff Loop Trail heading west and follow it 0.9 mile to the beginning of Rogers Trail.
All new for 2017, the Ioniq Hybrid is similar to the Toyota Prius, but with a roomier interior, better fuel economy, lower starting price, and a conventional automatic transmission instead of a continuously variable automatic.
Serves 4 to 6 1 29-ounce can green beans 1/2 small onion, diced 4 to 6 ounces ham, diced 2 tablespoons bacon grease Salt and pepper to taste Place all ingredients in a roomy pot.
The best ones are roomy enough for sunscreen, snacks, and even multiple outfits—plus any impulse buys after stopping by the farmer's market on a whim.
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ROOMY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of roomy for English Language Learners
: having plenty of space or room
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